‘Daniel Williamson’s book ‘Magician, Man and Beast’ is a good read. His characters are well formed, especially Charon, the main character. I immediately related to his struggles and passionate nature.
I find Daniel’s writing quite poetic, some lines required me to pause for a moment, and absorb what I’d just read … a talent in itself.
His engaging style of writing, reminds me of Edgar Allen Poe, but with a fresh new voice, this comparison is a compliment to Daniel. He has a certain grace of language which I enjoy greatly.
Daniel’s storytelling ability keeps the reader engaged and thinking, all the way through.
I highly recommend this book to any fantasy lover.’ —Susan Edwards, Dip.Editing NZIBS
Charon, avid explorer, treasure seeker and part-time mercenary embarks on a doomed quest, which leads him deep into uncharted territory. Driven there by an insatiable hunger for glory he awakens an ancient evil.
A magical fiend is born, a terrible shape-shifter who can shed its skin like an insect each time it claims a host. It is a scavenger of souls, spreading death like a parasite as it lives and feeds on the corpse-rind of the world.
The entire world is doomed. All hope is lost – or so it seems …